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Group members. Anam Ehtesham Roll#15 Bahjat fatima Roll#03 Kashif Roll#16 Jamshaid Roll#68. Anam Ehtesham. Roll#BB-11-15. Dressing Etiquettes. INTRODUCTORY THOUGHT.

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  • Anam Ehtesham Roll#15

  • Bahjat fatima Roll#03

  • Kashif Roll#16

  • Jamshaid Roll#68

Anam ehtesham

Anam Ehtesham


Dressing etiquettes

Dressing Etiquettes

Introductory thought


Compare a Raw Diamond

Etiquettes can bring your real value in the market place as a polished diamond.

to a Polished Diamond

What are etiquettes


Etiquettes are the manners, protocol or the way of behavior one presents during his/her interactions with people….



  • Dressing

  • Grooming

You only have one chance to make a good first impression

You only have one chance to make a good first impression!

You are what you wear


  • People make the following decision about you in the wink of an eye when they meet you for the first time:

    • Your economic level

    • Your education level

    • Your trustworthiness

    • Your social position

    • Your level of sophistication

    • Your moral character

    • Your success

Determining appropriate dress

Determining Appropriate Dress

  • Consider the environment

  • Consider your goals

  • Consider the clues

  • Consider others’ dress

  • Consider the impression you want to make or leave

You are what you wear1


  • In a business setting or social circle, people first notice

    • Your clothing

    • Your face

    • Your hands

    • Your shoes

    • Your writing instrument

    • Your briefcase

    • Your watch.

  • The care taken in your appearance indicates the care taken in your position

Why is dress so crucial for success

Why Is Dress So Crucial For Success?

  • First impressions are extremely important!

  • Irreversible assumptions are made almost immediately based on a persons’ appearance.

  • You want to put your best foot forward and present yourself in a positive light.

5 tips everyone should know about dressing professionally

5 Tips Everyone Should Know About Dressing Professionally

  • Keep your appearance neat and clean.

  • Clothing should be freshly pressed - no wrinkles!

  • Well groomed nails are important.

  • Wear minimal make-up and jewelry.

  • Neutral body odor is essential (wear an antiperspirant/deodorant, use perfume or other fragrance sparingly)!

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“Winning is accomplished in the preparation phase, not the execution phase.”


Influences of dress in a professional environment appropriate dress


Dress code: a policy that addresses issues such as required attire, uniforms, and hairstyle

Dress one position higher than your current position

Develop a style that conforms to both company policy and your taste

Muhammad jamshaid

Muhammad Jamshaid

Roll# BB-11-68

What is business dress


  • Attire appropriate for meetings or an office environment

  • Purpose is to convey a professional appearance, as well as create an environment conducive to work

  • Personal expression is encouraged, but should not be taken to extremes



  • Colors to Wear: dark blue, gray, brown or muted pin-stripes

  • Tailored and freshly dry cleaned



  • Good quality, white button-down or white classic color – bi/color….?

  • Make sure the shirt is pressed

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  • Silk or good quality

  • Complement suit

  • Tip of tie should end near the center of belt buckle

Don’t let the tie speak for you!





  • Highly polished slip-ons

  • Colour of shoes should be black, cordovan or brown

  • Dark socks that are high enough to hide your skin when you sit down

Facial hair

Facial Hair

  • No facial hair if possible, if you must, trim it neatly






  • No chains or necklaces showing

  • No rings other than wedding rings.

  • No earrings or other piercing; if you have them, take them out

  • Conservative watch

Other tips

Other Tips

  • Clean fingernails

  • Minimal cologne

  • Empty your pockets to avoid clinking or bulges

  • Turn off cell phones and beepers

  • No gum or cigarettes

Muhammad kashif

Muhammad Kashif


How to dress casually like a grown men

How to dress casually like a grown men

  •  Now that your mom isn’t buying your clothes anymore, start following the Style Pyramid

Make sure your suit fits

Make sure your suit fits

Check the fabric

Check the fabric

Is it stylish

 Is it stylish?

High school is over get a real pair of shoes

High school is over : Get a real pair of shoes

Stop buying small medium and large clothes

Stop buying small, medium and large clothes

Holey and unnaturally faded jeans are deal breakers

 Holey and unnaturally faded jeans are deal breakers

Know how to roll your sleeves

Know how to roll your sleeves

For ties matching colors and patterns is key

For ties, matching colors and patterns is key.

Pocket squares are meant to complement not match

Pocket squares are meant to complement, not match.

Cuff links can make or break an outfit

Cuff links can make or break an outfit.

Get a haircut like the guys from mad men

 Get a haircut like the guys from Mad Men.

Use the sun to your advantage

Use the sun to your advantage.

Be confident

Be confident

In the context of business

In the context of business

Formal parties

Formal Parties

Informal dressing

Informal Dressing

Behjat fatima

Behjat Fatima


Women clothing

Women Clothing

  • When it comes to women’s clothing, the golden rule is to dress not only in accordance with your personality, but to your body type as well. Not every fashion will suit every body type, so it is important to understand which style suits you.



Women have numerous options. Generally speaking, full-length ball dresses, dinner dresses, shalwar qameez and cocktail dresses of almost any colour are all considered appropriate.



  • While your shoes don’t necessarily have to match your dress, it is a safe choice if you’re otherwise unsure. If you can’t find a matching colour, opt for the classic black as the next best option. Many women consider high-heels to be the most appropriate footwear for formal occasions; but it is of the utmost importance to be able to walk comfortably. So sandals can be a good option as well.

Semi formal

Semi formal

  • While the intention of a semi-formal event is to be slightly less formal, many women still opt to dress more formally than not.

  • The beauty of a semi-formal occasion is that it can be a chance to wear some of your more colourful jewellery and to wear shoes other than high-heels.



  • CasualCasual dress is most often worn to BBQs and informal dinners. Jeans with just about any top should be fine, so long as it is comfortable and tidy. Always use your judgement and never wear something that others may find offensive.

Casual workdays and special events


Casual workdays: days when companies relax their dress code

Still dress appropriately for work

Do not wear tattered, stained, or torn clothing

More formal attire may be required for special work-related functions

Avoid shirts with sayings or graphics that may offend others

Business dressing

Business dressing

  • Many businesses have a casual dress day. This does not mean that you can wear whatever you want. In fact, most businesses are quite careful to specify what is and what is not appropriate. However, if you do find yourself in a situation where you are unsure, follow the golden rule of dressing to the standard of your colleagues. If you are unable to ascertain what that is, it is best to err on the side of caution by dressing more formally than not.

Choosing a color

Choosing a Color

  • Navy blue is a good color for a “starter” suit.

  • This is a versatile color that can be dressed up or down, depending on the situation and job.

  • Navy is considered a professional and powerful color, but is not as bold as black.

It s all in the details

It’s all in the Details

  • Hair

    • Simple style

      • You don’t want to distract the interviewer with obnoxious hair.

      • They should notice you for your skills and experiences, not your hair.

It s all in the details final touches

It’s all in the Details: Final Touches

  • Accessories

    • Don’t overdo it!

    • It’s best to choose 1 or 2 simple accessories like a watch and stud earnings.

  • Portfolio vs. Purse

    • Opt for a sharp, professional looking portfolio instead of your purse.

    • Choose a good quality portfolio with compartments for keys or lipstick.

    • Carry copies of your resume and a pad for note taking.

  • Dressing to impress

    Dressing to Impress

    • Follow Company Policy.

      • Your first reference point is the employee manual.

      • When in doubt – ask your supervisor or a member of Human Resources!

  • Warning: business casual means different things in different companies!

    • Casual dress ranges from coordinated skirt/pant sets to khakis and polo’s.

    • Business casual does not mean jeans or tennis shoes.

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    A Mix – Biz & Biz Casual…

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